Despite the fact winter in Asturias can be a bit harsh (although nowhere near as bad as the Peak district where I lived for years LOL) it’s sometimes the best time to have a crimpy project as the conditions get pretty good for pulling on small edges.
And Teverga, which has got its fair share of technical wall climbing, has quite a lot of stuff which stays dry throughout the year and at Muro Techo (literally translated as Wall/Roof) we have a venue that good some of the best perma-dry routes from 6b to 8b that are maybe best enjoyed in cooler autumnal/winter conditions. I really like the climbing here (not having the big muscles you need for super steep caves) and have spent many a day on the brilliant routes.
Here’s one I did last year, and one of my faves, Escorpion, 7c+, (which I suggested the name for as it definitely has a sting in it’s tail) which gives you an idea of the style of the climbing here.
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And you can check out our guest house for a great place to stay close to the crags of Teverga